Juan Quintero would be Wolverhampton Wanderers' most exciting signing since Nuno took charge

Juan Quintero of Colombia celebrates after scoring his team's first goal during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group H match between Colombia and Japan at Mordovia Arena on June 19, 2018...

Wolverhampton Wanderers are said to want Porto attacking midfielder Juan Quintero.

Colombia's defender Yerry Mina (L) celebrates after scoring with teammate Colombia's midfielder Juan Quintero (R) during the Russia 2018 World Cup Group H football match between Poland and...

If Wolverhampton Wanderers can complete the signing of Juan Quintero from Porto, then it may well just be the most exciting signing of Nuno’s time in charge at Molineux.

Wolves have undoubtedly brought in some huge talent since Nuno took charge, and even since being promoted they have stunned many with the deals they have struck.

The additions of Raul Jimenez and Rui Patricio are a wonderful start to this summer.

Juan Quintero of Colombia and Idrissa Gana Gueye of Senegal compete for the ball during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group H match between Senegal and Colombia at Samara Arena on June 28,...

But the Daily Mirror claims that Wolves are now after Quintero, and that may just be the best deal yet.

Of course, Ruben Neves has turned into a superstar at Wolves - and he has quickly become regarded as one of the best talents in Europe during his time with the Midlands club.

However, when he arrived from Porto, he was only considered a prospect, rather than a genuine star.

Quintero, on the other hand, has made a name for himself on the biggest stage possible, with his performances at the World Cup being highly impressive.

Colombia's midfielder Juan Quintero drives the ball during the Russia 2018 World Cup Group H football match between Poland and Colombia at the Kazan Arena in Kazan on June 24, 2018. (Photo...

With James Rodriguez struggling with injury, Quintero has been tasked with being Colombia’s main creator, and he has thrived with the responsibility.

If Wolves could now pull off the transfer, they would be buying a player who has already earned a reputation as one of the leading playmakers playing in Russia.

And that would make him the most exciting addition Wolves have made for many years, if he does arrive at Molineux this summer.

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